I’m not entirely comfortable with the term “the Reformed Faith.” I cherish, teach, and defend Reformation truths, but I don’t use the term “the Reformed Faith.” In my experiences, this term has not been employed very well. I like how Mike Horton explains this topic.
“Although we do not have a God’s-eye perspective, we do belong to a community that is defined by the inbreaking of the age to come that relativizes all times and places, putting in jeopardy all of our cherished locations in this age. It even challenges our tendency to find our ultimate identity in our own denomination or tradition. While vigilant to uncover our own prejudices that work against it, we strive toward a catholic hearing of God’s Word. From this perspective we should not speak of a Reformed faith or an Orthodox theology or a Lutheran confession, but of a Christian faith, theology, and confession, from a Reformed, Orthodox, or Lutheran perspective.”